Maya Fuhr's work often creates a dialogue that is optimistic, cheeky, and open to interpretation. Photos drenched in light and/or filled with striking colour palettes of mundane objects smoothly pierce through the viewer's imagination.
Her recent solo show at Darren Gallery, Malleable Privilege, sheds light upon the rise of climate change through a refreshing and relatable lens, and her collaboration with The Levett Brothers on Permanent Collection (VICE's very own art talkshow) effectively and tremendously confused viewers.
Here is a selection from Maya's recent photo diary, that's giving off some serious spring vibes. Her intuitive attraction to specific objects and people shines through every photo forming a loopy catalogue of daily life. Enjoy!
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